Volleyball News
Bangkok, Thailand, September 25, 2015 – The FIVB Coaches Course Level III, which kicked off at the FIVB Development Center in Bangkok, Thailand on September 20, is being held with ultimate aims of improving the knowledge and competence of coaches so that they may gain recognition as future FIVB coaches aside from exchanging ideas and valuable experiences among them.
The course, which will be concluded on September 27 and has been done practically and theoretically, is directed by Mr Miloslav Ejem from Czech Republic and instructed by Mr Zhao Shanwen from China.
A total of 22 men’s coaches from 15 countries have joined the eight-day course consisting of two Philippines, three each from Hong Kong, Japan and Macau and one apiece from Bahrain, China, Cambodia, Hungary, Iran, Kenya, Morocco, Malaysia, Qatar, Zimbabwe and Thailand.
To participate in the Level III course, which has been regarded as the coaching course of high-level teams and preparation or direction of national coach programes, the coaches must have passed Level II.
Mr Chai Nimakorn, director of the FIVB Development Center in Bangkok, Thailand, and Mr Jaksuwan Tocharoen, secretary-general of the Thailand Volleyball Association, jointly presided over the opening of the course on September 20, while Dr. Ruengsak Siriphol, general manager of the AVC Headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand, was the guest of honour.
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